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NEXT GEN

As a recent grad­u­ate of the fash­ion com­mu­ni­ca­tion pro­gram at Ry­er­son Univer­sity, I’m find­ing it a chal­lenge to know what to do next. I would love to see a “Break­ing into the In­dus­try” ar­ti­cle in an up­com­ing is­sue of ELLE Canada. We all have pas­sions and dreams, but to ful­fill those dreams, we need to work hard and have a plan. I be­lieve that your mag­a­zine has al­ways been a bea­con for those of us A in fash­ion 75% larger pro­grams. I want to thank all the back* edi­tors pro­vides for their work. And I’d es­pe­cially up like to to 10 thank hours edi­tor-in-chief Vanessa Craft of for pro­tec­tion, her Edi­tor’s Note in the Oc­to­ber so 2018 you is­sue. can It gave me the mo­ti­va­tion to keep push­ing for­ward. sleep through Be­cause of it, I will con­tinue to trust the night. my vi­sion. Latasha Mil­lette, email

WOMEN AT WORK

The ar­ti­cle “How to Build a Suc­cess­ful (and Happy) Ca­reer” [ELLE Guide, Oc­to­ber 2018] had such great ad­vice. “What will I do for a liv­ing?” is one of the hard­est ques­tions out there. Work should be both pleas­ant and stim­u­lat­ing. A mo­ti­va­tional job is the key to a suc­cess­ful work life. Jo­hanne Lafleur, Saint-Lam­bert, Que.

TOP OF MIND

I was sit­ting at the hair­dresser’s, flip­ping through your mag­a­zine, when I read “School of Thought” [ELLE Mind, Septem­ber 2018] about the de­bate over us­ing an­tide­pres­sants to treat de­pres­sion. I felt com­pelled to write to share how en­light­en­ing, elo­quently writ­ten and in­for­ma­tive I found this ar­ti­cle. Thank you for pub­lish­ing it. Deb­bie Bu­rak, email

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